Business World Restaurant Review July 2011
…looking at the photographs on Cuppa Cappuccino’s innovatively designed menu,
I am pleasantly surprised to see that the pictures are taken in-house and
that the tasteful presentation of the food captured within is a true
depiction of what is served.
The cafe, tucked away on a side road in the Airport Residential Area is well
known for its gourmet coffees and delicious sandwiches.
With a terrace shaded by trees, potted plants and hanging fauna, the cafe
immediately welcomes you to sit, sigh and relax.
The omelette is rich and moist, accompanied with toast triangles and butter.
The crinkle cut fries are perfect — just enough salt, no trace of grease.
The cappuccino comes in a very generous coffee cup. It isn’t much different
from any other coffee I’ve had but then again, I have never been a coffee person.
I do notice though that the froth is high and bold, not half-hearted as is too often the case.